Tips For Choosing A CMS For Your Website

January 29th, 2010 | 3 Comments | Posted in Various

Choosing a CMS (content management system) is an important first step to building your own website. The CMS provides a simpler way to manage website content without much prior knowledge of HTML, CSS, or other web programming languages. As using the web continues to grow quickly, new CMSs arrive to handle websites in different ways. Below are a few tips on picking the right CMS for your website.

Choose the CMS that fits your websites purpose.

Not all content management systems are created equal. You need to look at the main functions of your website to find the CMS that is right for you. If you are going to be working with a blog, one that provides a quick easy publishing from anywhere maybe good for you. Systems are available that allow users to make new blog post through the usual backend interface, but also by email and through applications on the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices. Alternatively some CMS’s are designed with multimedia in mind. These CMS are aimed at providing the best tools for audio and video sharing, but do not provide the robust text authoring tools that blogging platform would provide.
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Imposing SEO on your site

January 27th, 2010 | 4 Comments | Posted in SEO

When your site is up and running, it’s all good but if you don’t have any traffic, all your efforts will be in vain. There are many free and paid ways to drive traffic to your site and one of the best is through SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

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Quality Content Makes or Breaks Your SEO Efforts

For SEO, quality content is the first and crucial step. If you don’t have quality content, you can try pumping up your traffic with SEO tricks but this will never bring you the desired results. Therefore, before you start with SEO tips and tricks, make sure that you can regularly provide high quality content.
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Fresh Uses Of Creative Backgrounds In Website Design

January 26th, 2010 | 6 Comments | Posted in Inspiration

No matter if its Typography, Color Scheme, Images, Animation, Backgrounds or something else we (web designers) using in our new web design project, the motive ends to impressing our visitors. Background images or self created backgrounds are one of the visual elements in web design that help make a website design visually interesting, can create an amazing atmosphere and convey the style the designer has chosen.

In this showcase you will see a fresh collection of websites having some creative uses of background images or self created backgrounds, which I hope will be inspirational for your next design Project.


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6 PPC, CPM, and SEO Marketing Tips for Your Service Business

January 24th, 2010 | 13 Comments | Posted in Various

Online entrepreneurs have an incredibly wide range of marketing options available to them. While brick-and-mortar businesses are typically limited to directory marketing and direct marketing forms, online businesses have a highly valuable extra advantage: the ability to drive customers to them. Through pay-per-click advertising, cost-per-thousand advertising, and long-term SEO (search engine optimization) marketing, you can transform your online service business from a small operation into a dedicated multi-employee company.


After all, online business is all about scale. With effective scaling comes higher returns, more manageable work, and significantly greater profits. These PPC, CPM, and SEO marketing tips won’t just help you grow your service business, but help you expand and scale it strategically so that along with your total revenue, your per-hour profits significantly increase.

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From 1 Client to 20: Expanding Your Online Service Business

January 21st, 2010 | 5 Comments | Posted in Various

Online freelancers and entrepreneurs have a valuable business asset that few offline service businesses can apply: the ability to scale and size their workload, and in turn their income, effectively. With the right amount of employees and professional assistance, the only barrier to an increased online service income is the amount of clients and inbound cash flow that you can attract to your business.


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